November 27, 2012
Health Sciences Building, Room 3301
11 a.m. External Panel Discussion
1:15 p.m. Break
1:15 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. Internal Reactor Panel
Stefanie Ellison, M.D.,
Associate Dean for Curriculum, School of Medicine
Jolene Lynn, Ph.D.(c), R.N.,
Clinical Assistant Professor, BSN Program Director, UMKC School of Nursing
Susan J. Kimble, D.N.P., R.N., A.N.P.-B.C.
Clinical Associate Professor, MSN and DNP Program Director, UMKC School of Nursing
Pam Overman, Ed.D.,
Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Dentistry
Jennifer Santee, Pharm.D.,
Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration,
School of Pharmacy
External Panel Discussion Questions
• Provide examples of programs that you have observed that have made significant strides in Interprofessional Education (IPE). How were they organized, who facilitate the development and implementation, how were they evaluated by faculty and students, etc.?
• Discuss some of the primary principles of change management and how they can be used to positively affect IPE.
• For the patient advocate, what qualities do patients expect in their health care providers, and do these characteristics include attributes found in the IPE competencies?
• Is IPE part of the core educational outcomes for your profession?
• How does IPE affect professional identity, and howcan we use the strengths of each profession to enhance IPE?
• Are there characteristics of a “good” health care professional in your area of expertise that you think would apply to the other professions?
Internal Panel Discussion Questions
• To what extent are our educational programs achieving IPE competencies and what are the areas of focus for improvement?
• What did you hear from the external panelists that you think would be useful for us to achieve the IPE competencies at UMKC?
• What changes in curriculum are planned to meet the IPE competencies at UMKC?
• Do we need to emphasize the differences between IPE and interdisciplinary at UMKC?